IN-FORM Huddersfield Giants must produce their best attacking display of the season to secure Super League success at Salford tomorrow (8.00).
That's the clear message from Galpharm chief Jon Sharp as his side bids to break down the meanest home defence in the competition.
The fourth-placed City Reds have conceded just 20 points in beating Les Catalans, Wigan and Wakefield at The Willows.
It's a defensive record which has delighted Reds coach Karl Harrison.
And with Chris Thorman (ankle) and Paul March (hip) hoping to win their race for fitness, Sharp is looking to find the attacking formula to halt the City Reds' charge.
"We must be at our attacking best to win this one," said Sharp today.
"Salford work hard on defence, and it's known they spend a lot of time working on it at training.
"The only way we will break them down is by producing our best form, which is obviously something we strive to achieve.
"Even though we've scored a healthy number of tries so far this season, we all know there's room for improvement, both in attack and defence.
"I expect this game to be nip and tuck. I just hope we can find the spark to edge it."